"Free Faces": Two-Face breaks out of Arkham Asylum with the help of a mesmerized lawyer, who was sent by members of his gang. Once outside, the master criminal resumes his criminal activities while Batman and [[Selina Kyle (Earth-One)|C


Quote1.png Sorry to mix business with pleasure, Catwoman, but it is the cross borne by those who work nights. Quote2.png
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Detective Comics #563 is an issue of the series Detective Comics (Volume 1) with a cover date of June, 1986.

Appearing in "Free Faces"

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  • "Boss" Moroni (Flashback only)
  • Rena
  • Shane Rivers
  • Circe (former model) (Cameo)

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Synopsis for "Free Faces"

Two-Face breaks out of Arkham Asylum with the help of a mesmerized lawyer, who was sent by members of his gang. Once outside, the master criminal resumes his criminal activities while Batman and Catwoman go out and patrol the night city, hoping to capture the last remaining members of the False Face Society.

Meanwhile, Jason Todd has been underperforming at social studies as a result of his crush with his classmate, Rena. When he takes her to Wayne Manor, he almost reveals his secret to her, but Alfred stops him. After the incident, Jason still wants to prove his value and goes out as Robin in order to stop a drug dealer from selling drugs to kids of his school. Unfortunately, Robin is beaten to the place by Two-Face and his goons, who take the drug dealer out of action and steal all his ill-gotten money. Capturing the drug dealer, Robin gets ready to inform Batman about Two-Face's activities.

Appearing in "Winner and Still Champion"

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Synopsis for "Winner and Still Champion"

Green Arrow has a run-in with Champion. Black Canary figures out that Steelclaw is Mayor Bolt (due to his use in both identities of the nickname "Brucie" in reference to his son, Bruce).

Notes

  • "Free Faces" takes place after the events of Batman #396 and the story continues in Batman #397.
  • This issue is set in the short period where the Batman of Earth-One (and all his supporting characters and villains) existed on the post-Crisis New Earth. This period ended when the effects of the Crisis "caught up" with Batman (et al) in Batman #401.

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